# A particle moves in a straight-line OA; the distance of the particle from O at time t seconds is x ft, where x = a + bt + ct^2 (a, b > 0). What is the meaning of the constant c?

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A particle moves in a straight-line OA; the distance of the particle from O at time t seconds is x ft, where x = a + bt + ct^2 (a, b > 0). What is the meaning of the constant c?

(a) Uniform acceleration

(b) Non – uniform acceleration

(c) Uniform retardation

(d) Non – uniform retardation

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